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Webster 1913 Edition


Disloyal

Dis-loy′al

,
Adj.
[Pref.
dis-
+
loyal
: cf. OF.
desloial
,
desleal
, F.
déloyal
. See
Loyal
.]
Not loyal; not true to a sovereign or lawful superior, or to the government under which one lives; false where allegiance is due; faithless;
as, a subject
disloyal
to the king; a husband
disloyal
to his wife.
Syn. – Disobedient; faithless; untrue; treacherous; perfidious; dishonest; inconstant; disaffected.

Webster 1828 Edition


Disloyal

DISLOYAL

,
Adj.
[dis and loyal.]
1.
Not true to allegiance; false to a sovereign; faithless; as a disloyal subject.
2.
False; perfidious; treacherous; as a disloyal knave.
3.
Not true to the marriage-bed.
4.
False in love; not constant.

Definition 2022


disloyal

disloyal

English

Adjective

disloyal (comparative more disloyal, superlative most disloyal)

  1. not loyal, unloyal, without loyalty; faithless, traitorous.

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